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Old 06-30-2006, 08:37 PM   #1
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Support our troops

I know it sucks but I totally support these people no matter what.My dad went to vietnam and is still feeling the pain to this day.
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Old 06-30-2006, 09:44 PM   #2
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It really makes you think. Why cant it just end!!!
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Old 06-30-2006, 10:54 PM   #3
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That was pretty well done.
The part that tears at me the most is seeing a family man get killed.

I'm proud of our troops and I hope the best for them.
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Old 06-30-2006, 11:48 PM   #4
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I don't think that sucks at all Devoman. That was on time. Yes war sucks but not what you posted, that link rocks!
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Old 07-01-2006, 12:25 AM   #5
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Living near the 29 Palms Marine Base, I reminded every day of the vital job they do to keep this world in check.

I attended the "Victory Parade" when they came back from the first gulf war. I can hardly wait for the next parade after this vital campaign is over.



Happy 4th of July, one and all!
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Old 07-01-2006, 06:42 AM   #6
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Sorry 68

I was just meaning war sucks no matter what we have to do.I can say that I wish it would never happen again but I know that wont be happening.I do support our troops though,No matter what happens.It is going to be a very,very long road to recovery from this one.
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Old 07-01-2006, 06:47 AM   #7
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I am so glad these people get a parade and welcome for coming back.They deserve every bit of it.
When my dad got back he got one from a bunch of haters,His prize was being spit on and called baby killer.
He hates those type of people to the fullest and boldly lets people know about it.
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Thanks, Devoman! Regrettably, freedom has a price that too many are unaware of and can't appreciate. War is an unfortunate reality of human existence, dating back to the origins of man.

Thank God for those brave men and women who answer the call to protect our nation's freedom as they confront those who would seek to enslave others through fear and terror. It is not an easy task, and certainly not a quick one.

Freedom for all has always been purchased through the valiant actions of a few! It is only fitting that we should recognize them so close to Independence Day!
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freedom has a price that too many are unaware of and can't appreciate...War is an unfortunate reality of human existence, dating back to the origins of man....
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Except for ending slavery (US Civil War), fascism (Hitler, Mussolini, Taliban) and Communism (USSR via Reagan's Cold War), war has not solved a thing!

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Except for ending slavery (US Civil War), fascism (Hitler, Mussolini, Taliban) and Communism (USSR via Reagan's Cold War), war has not solved a thing!

Reagans COLD WAR???? Whew, he was president only for the end, it lasted 40+ years.
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Reagans COLD WAR???? Whew, he was president only for the end, it lasted 40+ years.
Since the 50's, the US policy was more of a stalemate, than a cold war.

It was Reagan's "Sick Bear" theory, expressed by Reagan back in the 60's, that proved to be the best course of action against the USSR. Regan's efforts at building up our military while subsequently opposing the USSR's agenda around the world (Mid-East, South America, etc.,) proved the right course, as apposed to what the "appeasement camp" wanted to do...Nothing but appeasement...

Based on History, I stand by my claims...

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"""He initiated a $1.5trillion military buildup, the largest in American peacetime history, which was aimed at drawing the Soviets into an arms race he was convinced they could not win.

Then there was the Reagan Doctrine, which involved military and material support for indigenous movements struggling to overthrow Soviet-sponsored tyrannies. The Administration supported such guerrillas in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Angola, and Nicaragua. In addition, it worked with the Vatican and the international wing of the AFL-CIO to keep the Polish trade union Solidarity going, despite a ruthless crackdown by General Jaruzelski's regime. In 1983, U.S. troops invaded and liberated Grenada, ousting the Marxist government and sponsoring free elections. Finally, in March 1983, Reagan announced the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), a new program to research and eventually deploy missile defenses which offered the promise, in Reagan's words, of "making nuclear weapons obsolete.""""

USSR's View of Reagan:

""The Soviet Union was equally hostile to the Reagan counteroffensive, but its view of Reagan's objectives was far more perceptive than that of the doves. Izvestiya protested, "They want to impose on us an even more ruinous arms race." General Secretary Yuri Andropov alleged that Reagan's SDI program was "a bid to disarm the Soviet Union." The seasoned diplomat Andrei Gromyko charged that "behind all this lies the clear calculation that the USSR will exhaust its material resources and therefore will be forced to surrender." ""


And that's why a Picture of Reagan hangs on my office wall, next to Teddy's.
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Bump and jump

Bringin it back up everyone.
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May God bless them all and their families for their sacrifices. Thanks to all who have served our country here and abroad, in times of peace and times of war.
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[QUOTEMay God bless them all and their families for their sacrifices. Thanks to all who have served our country here and abroad, in times of peace and times of war.
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